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Default Video Review - Olight M2R Warrior Flashlight



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Olight contacted me through YouTube and asked if I would like to do a review on one of their lights, of course I said yes. So they sent me the Olight M2R Warrior Flashlight.

Overall, I liked this design and brightness settings. However, I wish the on/off button behind the bezel was easier to find at night.

I love how the flashlight charges and the battery does not have to be removed.


I did a full write up at AllOutdoor - http://www.alloutdoor.com/2018/04/30...hlight-review/

Because of my agreement with AllOutdoor, I can not copy/paste the article here like what I do with the content I post on my blog. However, I uploaded some of the pictures I took for the AllOutdoor article here.

The Olight M2R Warrior is possibly the best flashlight I have ever tested.

The only real issues I found were:

Lanyard hole is rather small.

Carry pouch snap is a little short for MOLLE webbing. It would be nice to see the pouch designed for MOLLE webbing.

In my opinion, the Olight M2R Warrior beats the SureFire I have on my AR-15.

Full disclosure, I received the flashlight at no cost for myself. Besides it being required by law, I feel disclosing my relationship with Olight is important to the reader.
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